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PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2015 2:50 pm 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOOghKacg40

If you have never seen this, have a nanny nap early evening and watch it - you won't regret it. Fantastic film. Probably Peter Sellers best role.

Chauncy Gardner..... :bow:

70s was just brilliant for film. :cry:

10.30pm
Being There
(1979) Comedy. Peter Sellers, Shirley MacLaine. (M)


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Sounds Like Teen Spirit: triple j at 40

Surely even you, you crudgy old prick, will watch this. (you know who you are..)

I'm torn - been housebound all day and getting antsy for off-site booze, people moving around in front of me and hungry


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Scarface
(1983) Crime. Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer. (M)

Excellent! I think I've forgotten a few lines of dialogue over the years. Perfect time for a reminder. That and you get to see Pfeiffers breasts (The ex-ex-GF named her beloved Border Collie, 'Pfeiffer' in tribute - Just to her in general, not this role.) :twisted:


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Here's a bit of Cruise doing his best stuff. Marc you are a fool to yourself for using your preconceptions and self righteous narrow mindness to derive yourself of wonderful stuff.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvyJ93k_AH8


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 Post subject: Tonight
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I'll be glued to the ABC at 2030.

Trawling over the fetid, putrid remains of that cluster fsuck event with he said/she said will be interesting.

I'll be watching. I find the real inside dirt (allegedly) years after big stuff, fascinating.

Look up an english phrase definition book and under "No Love Lost" you'll find huge fold out pics of Kev and Julia.


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This really was the highlight. Combet was still channeling from years ago when he recounted it. His delivery was great.

"After the 2004 calamity where the caucus saw fit to install Mark Latham and Labor lost both houses of parliament … I thought, ‘fornication this’ to be frank about it. I’m sick of it,” Combet said during the first episode on the ABC program."


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 Post subject: Tonight - ohhh baby!
PostPosted: Thu Jul 02, 2015 4:59 pm 
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I'd be watching this if you are watching TV tonight. I will be with giant clanging precision made platinum swiss-made bells on.

8.30pm
Blood and Thunder: The Sound of Alberts
Final

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFp0l0GSh1k

There have been two others but this covers the best years.....

I may have related this story before. Dunno. And I frankly don't care because it's a good one.

Strangely enough when I worked for the Qld Govt Travel Centre in Sydney in, from memory 168 King Street, I was two floors below Alberts H.O and studio.

It was fairly humble, small narrow building with stairs for access. You walk into reception and it feels a priests rooting young boys club going to The Vatican. Lots of plush red, blue and gold wallpaper/velvet, but understated, but reeked of importance.

But the thing that hit you was every wall was covered from top to bottom in silver/gold/platinum records. And you knew they had another room full out the back that wouldn't fit.

I spoke to the older, very ordinary, but had an air about her, woman on the desk who you could tell had been there for years and years and controlled things.

And I excitedly babbled on to her about how much I loved all their bands so very very dearly for five minutes, and she listened non-plussed, eventually looked around a bit bored to make sure no-one else was coming in, and asked me conspiratoruously (is that a word?) if I'd like to poke my head into the actual studio (I think they only had one because the building was so narrow and far from spacious) where The Angels, Rose Tattoo, Stevie Wright and of course AC/DC actually recorded those all those iconic songs. All of them. 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O

I looked at her like she had asked me if she could give me $10,000,000.

So I got to see in the actual studio where all that sheet happened. It was like being personally shown the place where baby Mohamed was born. Except this was much better. You could hear the thundering rock and smell the sweat, drugs and booze like it all like it was still in the walls and in the air. I'm telling you it was magic because it was set up for a recording session later, probably with the same gear everyone else had used at some point. Dunno who the band was.

Tonights show looks a ripper! LOTS of old school AC/DC and interviews,

OZ music industry in the 70s/80s/even into the 90s often, was just unsurpassable. Sooooooooo many bands churning out such great stuff.

Aussie music kicks fsucking arrse. :yes:


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 Post subject: Re: Tonight - ohhh baby!
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Interesting. I never knew that Brian Johnsons day one debut after Bon drowned in his in vomit :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: (so Australian, after a big big night on the piss) was in Sydney. It was a real make or break deal for everyone.

When I choose to go that'll be my pick of options. Screw hanging yourself all sad in a wardrobe. Get pissed and have fun first.

That was a yet another brilliant ABC doco. :bow: :bow:


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I'd be checking this out. Interesting. :e_wink:

8.31pm
Joy Division
(2008) Documentary. (M)


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Repeat from earlier this year.


EDIT: indeed... ABC1 Sunday Arts Up Late - Sunday 04/01 viewtopic.php?f=4&t=36621&hilit=%2Adivision%2A

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[quote="Marc"]Repeat from earlier this year.

EDIT: indeed... ABC1 Sunday Arts Up Late - Sunday 04/01 viewtopic.php?f=4&t=36621&hilit=%2Adivision%2A[/quote]

Beat ya! Saw it at the cinema before it slutted itself to TV.


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Somehow I really doubt that.

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 Post subject: Re: Tonight
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Then a bit of Wimbledon! :bow:

Makes you glad you chose to not suicide today.
I would suicide before watching tennis on TV (or in the flesh!)

At least on TV you don't have to get an RSI in your neck! :rofl: :rofl:

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[quote="Marc"]Somehow I really doubt that.[/quote]

Really? You doubt my film cred? Good luck with that argument.

I see everything day one first showing in the morning that is sort of worth seeing or take a chance for kicks, and I find out about them before the internet ever lived. I love film and i do it well. Good luck trumping me on film even if I say so myself. :e_wink:


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Then a bit of Wimbledon! :bow:

Makes you glad you chose to not suicide today.
I would suicide before watching tennis on TV (or in the flesh!)

At least on TV you don't have to get an RSI in your neck! :rofl: :rofl:
Just RSI in my brain! :rofl:

And Peter, I doubt very much you were beating a path to a cinema to see a Joy Division documentary whereas there was a small group of us OAPs who went to see it on day one.

You'd certainly trump me on day one viewings of 99.9% of the films you like though :|

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[quote="Marc"]Somehow I really doubt that.[/quote]

Hahahahaha. I can assure you I did.

It was on for only one week at Centro in New Farm. i don't think you understand my love of cinema and the extent i will go to to see things of all manner of varieties for decades. All of it. You have no idea.


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Ah Peter, but we do... we all do :rofl:

GOTCHA!

If you say it was on at Centro, then you DID NOT see it on release! We went on day one to The Dendy... and if it was at the Dendy, it OBVIOUSLY wasn't on at Centro!

Trumped :P

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MY99 Subaru Impreza WRX - the daily drive
MY05 Subaru Impreza Hatch - the family car

And previously in the garage, from 1977 to 2013:
1961 XK Falcon Ute * 1964 EH Premier * 1973 LJ GTR XU-1 * 1967 HD Sedan * 1966 Ford Consul * 1967 Ford Cortina * 1968 HK 327 GTS * 1981 Datsun Bluebird * 1974 Datsun 120Y * 1978 KE35 Corolla Coupe * 1970 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1971 Datsun 1600 * 1971 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1968 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1981 Datsun Stanza (rally) * 1974 Honda Civic * 1986 G11 Charade * 1995 G200 Charade * 1998 Impreza STi (rally) * 1994 G201 DeTomaso Charade (rally) * 1997 G203 Charade F2 * 1985 G11 Charade Turbo * 1992 G102 Charade POS * 1992 Hyundai Excel * 1983 Diesel Hilux Dual Cab * 1989 R31 Skyline * PA10 Violet GT (rally) * Datsun 910 Bluebird (rally) * MY92 Subaru Liberty Wagon


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[quote="Marc"]Ah Peter, but we do... we all do :rofl:

GOTCHA!

If you say it was on at Centro, then you DID NOT see it on release! We went on day one to The Dendy... and if it was at the Dendy, it OBVIOUSLY wasn't on at Centro!

Trumped :P[/quote]

Actually you are right. It was the Dendy. My mistake. I can assure you I saw it big screen. I was probably there with you (creepy). I see films I want to see day one first showing, I can 100% assure you.

I've trashed important job interviews and completing degrees to see a film. :yes:


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Really? You doubt my film cred?
We all have, many times, and proved you wrong with facts... many times.


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Actually you are right.
Surprise, surprise, your memory was crap... once again.. :roll:

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[quote="grog"][quote="PeterHoare"]Really? You doubt my film cred? [/quote]We all have, many times, and proved you wrong with facts... many times.


[quote]Actually you are right.[/quote]Surprise, surprise, your memory was crap... once again.. :roll:[/quote]

Have another go, don't get too stupid obtuse (although maybe do...) and can I assure I know my stuff. I know my stuff. But only stuff worth knowing, I don't tolerate crap about crap. So if it's crap I doubt I'll know it because it's crap. Although...........

So be sure of your question when asking it lest you embarrass yourself.

Let's see! :biggrin:


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